Beacon Police Blotter

Select incidents from Sept. 5 to 30

Officers handled 1,048 calls, including 26 auto crashes and 20 domestic disputes.

Friday, Sept. 6

Brian J. Lutz, 72, of Beacon, was processed on an arrest warrant.

Sunday, Sept. 8

After a traffic stop on Route 9D, Bruce Minter, 53, of Beacon, was charged with aggravated unlicensed operation and possession of marijuana.

Officers responded to a report of a larceny on Fishkill Avenue.

Tuesday, Sept. 10

After a report of a suspicious auto on Mead Avenue, Sandeep Virdi, 22, of Brooklyn, was charged with possession of marijuana.

Wednesday, Sept. 11

A caller reported her car was damaged on Willow Street in a hit-and-run.

Jose M. Arenas, 45, of Newburgh, was processed on a bench warrant.

Hamilton M. Lane, 48, of Wappinger Falls, was processed on a bench warrant.

Thursday, Sept. 12

A caller reported he had been bitten in the face by a dog on DeWindt Street.

After a report of a violation of a court order on Harbor View Court, Mariah B. Mejias, 21, of New Windsor was charged with criminal contempt.

Sunday, Sept. 15

A caller on Washington Avenue reported receiving harassing and threatening messages on her cellphone.

Monday, Sept. 16

A caller on Main Street reported damage to her vehicle as a result of a hit-and-run.

Tuesday, Sept 17

A caller on High Street reported license plates missing from his car.

A caller on Wolcott Avenue reported receiving threatening messages from an unknown individual.

A caller on Dutchess Terrace reported bicycle missing from her garage. Bicycle recovered.

Wednesday, Sept. 18

A caller on DeWindt Street reported witnessing a car back into her parked car.

Cequan Kimble

Friday, Sept. 20

Officers who responded at 11:40 p.m. on Thursday to a report that a 39-year-old male had been assaulted and robbed near Main Street and Schenck Avenue pursued a suspect on foot and Cequan B. Kimble, 31, of Beacon. He was charged with two felony counts of possession of a controlled substance, one felony count of possession of a forged instrument, two counts of felony assault, two misdemeanor counts of possession of a controlled substance, a count of criminally using drug paraphernalia, a misdemeanor count of resisting arrest, and a violation of possession of marijuana. In addition, Steve J. Stanton, 38, of Beacon, and Ryan A. Manzi, 27, of Beacon, were each charged with robbery and gang assault.

A caller on Liberty Street reported damage to a door on a property he maintains.

A caller complained about a civil matter, that a warranty purchased with an automobile was not being honored.

Saturday, Sept. 21

Michael J. Tarallo, 29, of Beacon, was charged with theft of service.

Sunday, Sept. 22

State police arrested Garrett J. Stephens, 28, of Beacon, for allegedly driving under the influence. They said he was traveling on Route 52 in Fishkill when he was stopped for a traffic violation. State police also arrested Matthew A. Gordon, 36, of Philipstown, for alleged DWI. They said he was traveling on Route 9 in Cortlandt.

Tuesday, Sept. 24

After a traffic stop on DePuyster Avenue, John H. Drew, 72, of Cold Spring, was charged with operating a motor vehicle under the influence of alcohol.

Thursday, Sept. 26

Ronda J. Parks, 40, of Beacon, was processed on a bench warrant.

Queen O. Miller, 24, of the Bronx, was processed on an arrest warrant.

After a report of an auto crash on North Avenue, Joseph Apuzzi, 27, of Catskill, was charged with aggravated unlicensed operation,

Marc A. Pizarro, 20, of Beacon, was charged with petit larceny and possession of stolen property.

Friday, Sept. 27

After a traffic stop on Barrett Place, Ian J. Anderson, 23, of Beacon, was charged with possession of a weapon and possession of marijuana.

Sunday, Sept. 29

State police arrested James W. Tomlinson, 25, of Beacon, for allegedly driving under the influence. They said he was traveling on Main Street when he was stopped.

Monday, Sept. 30

Barry E. Tomlin, 51, of Beacon, was processed on a bench warrant.

Eleanor C. Solana, 59, of White Plains, was processed on a bench warrant.

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